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Always

“I love you,” I say to Mom.
“Well, I did, too,” Mom says. And then she adds, “Always.”
“You always loved me?”
“Yes, I did,” she says with confidence. 72 more words

Alzheimer's

Scientists Shed Light on Link Between Depression, Dementia

By Dennis Thompson
HealthDay Reporter

WEDNESDAY, July 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Older people with depression are more likely to develop dementia, but researchers have been unable to explain the exact nature of the relationship between the two. 606 more words

Health News

July 2014: 3

Protein’s “hands” enable bacteria to establish infection, research finds
Kansas State University, News and Communications —  July 15, 2014

Managing Ecosystems Via Genomics
“New genome editing tool offers strategy to manage insect-borne disease” 185 more words

Cancer Research

Horse Theif

“Do you live on the same street as the horse thief? You live on the horse thief?”

Alzheimer's Quote Of The Night

Day 338 – A Name Is Just A Name (Part 2 of 2)

I extend my hand out to the white-washed corridor wall, gliding my fingertips against its glossy texture. Every so often, the uniformity is disrupted by an emphatic dent, or by a haphazard series of scuff-marks. 807 more words

Alzheimer's

sandwich

I may not remember the date although I could take a close enough guess but I do recall how my heart felt when my children knew my name. 335 more words

Photography

Play Chinese Checkers

Chinese Checkers is another one of those games that is great for people with memory loss because it’s likely to be familiar and the rules preserved in long term memory. 42 more words

Dementia Activities